Vladimir Putin needs to be held responsible for the deaths in Great Britain of Expats. The Hague is the place for the human rights crimes. The Russia people are scared of him and dare not stay home on election day.
March 18, 2018
By Natalya Vasilyeva and Angela Charito
Moscow — Russia’s presidential election (click here) was tainted Sunday by unprecedented pressure on voters to turn out and incidents of suspected ballot box stuffing — a barely democratic exercise that will grant Vladimir Putin another six years of power.
Casting his ballot in Moscow, Putin seemed confident of victory, saying he would consider any percentage of votes a success....
The mysterious deaths of Russians go beyond the UK. Israel had told Russia they know Mr. Kuntsevich was providing Syria with intelligence to facilitate chemical weapons.
It is easy to point a finger at Israel when a Russian weapons expert turns up dead of mysterious methods. The deaths in the UK are easy to find as an act by Russia, but, there are other Russians dying without reason.
I think it is Russia cleaning up their involvement in human rights abuses and use of outlawed chemical weapons. Israel had no reason to kill him. They already knew who was involved and notified Russia of his actions. It is my assumption Russia is the murderer, Russia needs to be held responsible for providing chemical weapon technology to Assad.
Anatoly Kuntsevich, member of the Russian Academy of Sciences Hero of Socialist Labor Lenin Prize winner Doctor of Chemistry
Anatoly Kuntsevich, (click here) one of the former heads of Russia's chemical weapons program who was said to be in charge of the Soviet Union's development of nerve agents in the 1970s and 1980s, was reportedly a target of Mossad, Israel's espionage agency.
Israel believed Kuntsevich was supplying his chemical weapons know-how to Syria during the 1990s and pressured Russia to cut their relationship. After Russia refused, he died under mysterious circumstances on a flight from Syria to Russia.
According to Yedioth Ahronoth's Ronen Bergman, Kuntsevich oversaw the development of Novichok, the powerful nerve agentsuspected to have been used in the poisoning of a former Russian spy and his daughter in the U.K. earlier this month....